Bad boy professional motocross rider Jesse Morrison knows how to leave an impression. Except lately, it has mostly been bad impressions. Frustrated and wounded, he surrounds himself with women, booze, and drugs. After getting kicked out of his brother's house, he relocates to California for the summer to crash at his uncle's place. In Santa Monica, Jesse meets the one woman who can lead him back on the right path: beautiful 22-year-old, Niki Milani. Only one problem: She is not interested.
This book contains foul language and fouler descriptions of life as a zombie. It will offend most anyone, so proceed with caution or not at all. And be forewarned: This is not a zombie book. This is a different sort of tale. It is a story about the unfortunate, about those who did not get away. It is a human story at its rotten heart. It is the reason we can't stop obsessing about these creatures, in whom we see all too much of ourselves.
"why you DON'T want to be a zombie!"
Playing the occasional club gig just isn't cutting it for 22-year-old cellist Skyler Canby, who's trying to support herself and her mother back home in Kentucky. Persuaded by her best friend, Beth, to accompany her on an audition for the first feature film launched by Blackwood Entertainment, she figures why not? Beth's a shoo-in for the lead, but maybe Skyler's newly dyed pink hair will help her stand out enough to score a small speaking part.
"Outstanding conclusion of the triology"
For most people, as they say, money makes the world go 'round. For Rory Honeyman, it's a different story. Having inadvertently and, almost without noticing, invented a new form of cash cow, money makes Rory's world go strangely pear-shaped and out-of-control.